Simon Stanley explores Vietnam’s historic relationship with the Czech Republic. Photos by Vinh Dao.
“What’s that doing there?” many first-time visitors to Hoa Vien Brauhaus will ask. 1,236 more words
When I first came to Prague in the spring of 1988, travelling overnight on the sleeper from Budapest, I had only one guidebook to guide me (apart from a fact-heavy, utterly impersonal, poorly translated and amusingly ideological tome published by the Czechoslovak Tourist Office). 297 more words
Price range information: Works range from $4,000 to $350,000. The artist works as as a printmaker in addition to painting in oils, acrylics, watercolor, and ink. 165 more words
By Bethany Wages
On 12 April, 2016, Katerina Capkova gave a Noontime Lecture based on her book project entitled “The Construction of Jewish Identities in Stalinist Poland and Czechoslovakia.” Capkova is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences. 711 more words